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HF p.126 remote home interface examples

 
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Hello.

I've got a (I guess simple) question about "Remote home interface examples..." in (HF EJB), on page 126

Could example 3 be both stateless and stateful?

Thanks in advance.

Karin
 
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Yes, it could. As long as there is only a single create() method which takes no argument in the component interface, the session bean can be either stateless or stateful(depend on what the bean provider specifies in the deployment decriptor).

I main purpose of using stateful session bean is to preserve conversation. I can't think of the reason to create a stateful session bean with a single create() method which takes no argument.
 
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